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Archived Programs (2024)

The Mill Band

Friday, February 16 @6:30pm (at Trumbull Hall)

 

Join us for some live music as the Mill Band perform old country, gospel, and blue grass. Come out and have some fun with your neighbors!

This event is at Trumbull Hall, 195 Etna Road.

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Valentine Card Take-Home Craft Kits

Available now!

Stop by the Etna Library and pick up a take-home craft that includes everything you need to make your very own Valentine Cards!

Visit the library and start spreading the love!

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Bi-Lingual Story Walk & Craft

Sunday, February 4 @10:30-11:30am (at the library)

Let's explore a Spanish-English story walk at the newly protected King Bird Sanctuary! We'll hike up the story walk, reading a wintery tale. After the outdoor adventure, there will be a pinecone birdfeeder craft and warm drinks at the Etna Library.

This event is co-sponsored by the Hanover Conservancy and the Etna Library.

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Virtual Trivia Night

Tuesday, January 23 @6:30pm (via Zoom)

 

The Etna Library and the Plainfield Public Libraries are teaming-up to bring you a fun night of virtual trivia!

Join us via Zoom and test your knowledge of all things (some of those things useful, others maybe not so much)!

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The Mammoth Road: NH Folk Tales as an Avenue to Local History and Culture

Wednesday, January 3 @6:30pm (at Trumbull Hall)

 

The Etna Library presents this NH Humanities-funded event with author and historian Erin E. Moulton.

Folk tales are passed from one generation to another, embellished by time and teller: Ethan Crawford was as tall as Mount Washington. He could carry at least 7 men on his back! 

Yet, when we look at folk tales, the people who compiled them, and the location from which they spring, we can access history in a new and entertaining way. Join us to hear and explore folk tales collected by the New Hampshire Women’s Federation (1932) and dig into local resources in search of truths. Was it tall tale or town history? Let's find out.

Erin E. Moulton writes books and tracks dead people. As a researcher, slipping into old records and exploring past lives is something she has done for herself and for others for over 14 years. Erin is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, The New Hampshire Historical Society, The New Hampshire Society of Genealogists and she serves on the landmark committee for the Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire. She has written several books, mostly for children.

This Etna Library event is supported by NH Humanities and The Etna Ladies Aid Society.

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